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Saturday, March 15 • 8:50pm - 9:20pm
The Radishes

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“A cocktail of rock, punk, metal and psych-pop.” - Performer Magazine, Mar. 2006 “On their debut album Good Machine, The Radishes bring the sweat. It oozes out of ‘Suicide’ and into your hips. Their best cuts seem to have been sliced from the rock meat shared by Thin Lizzy and Motorhead, adding a touch of punk spice.” – Tripwire, Nov. 2007 “Snotty heavy punk. Dead Boys, Gorilla Biscuits. Good for picking up slutty Jersey girls.” – Hybrid Magazine, Dec. 2007 The Radishes = Paul Stinson - vox, guitar Scrote - guitar, bass plus (sometimes) Paul Barker - bass, noise; Rey Washam – drums; Ryan Brown – drums; Tim Hogan – bass; Earl Harvin – drums; Steve Calhoon - drums The Radishes are a San Francisco/Los Angeles based band with a sound that has been described as Nirvana meets Motorhead. Other influences include such high-energy units as The White Stripes, The Stooges, Ministry, The Hives, Artic Monkeys, Scratch Acid, and NIN, with hooky, angular guitar lines, ferocious vocals, and a unique, darkly ironic approach to songwriting. Both the Sophia EP and Good Machine were mixed by famed engineer Mark Needham (known most recently for his work with The Killers, Hot Hot Heat, My Chemical Romance and Stevie Nicks) in L.A. Most recently The Radishes have teamed up with legendary underground bassist Paul Barker (Ministry, Revolting Cocks, Lard, etc.), drummer Rey Washam (Ministry, Scratch Acid, Rapeman) and Wayne Kramer of the MC5 on an EP tentatively set for release in early 2008.
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Saturday March 15, 2008 8:50pm - 9:20pm
Bourbon Rocks Patio 508 E 6th St

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